Third-year law student argues case before the Virginia Court of Appeals
Ayumi Tachikawa, ’16, finds her Japanese-American heritage to be an asset while interning with a global education nonprofit in Japan.
When Marco Terenghi joined Olli Salumeria in 2012, he left years of working in accounting and sales roles at a large multinational firm for the opportunity to participate in building, running and making a company successful.
Harry Lambert, ’16, was accepted to the Jepson School of Leadership Studies in the fall. But it was not always obvious that the Boatwright Scholar, who was born in the U.K., would pick Richmond.
Recreation and Wellness employee Tracy Cassalia teaches underserved high school students about healthy living, with the goal of preparing them for a successful college experience.
As a 2011 Esperanza summer fellow, Caitlin Harman is living with a host family in the Dominican Republic and working to end poverty through microfinance loans.
When Kosh Kempter, '11, learned of the organization EMILY’s List, which works to elect pro-choice Democratic women to office, she thought it was the perfect combination of her interests.
From national television interviews on a fatal bus crash to articles on finding and reconnecting refugees, Burhans civic fellow Nikki Cannavo is using her communication skills to tell the American Red Cross story of leadership in times of crisis.
Partners in the Arts, with the support of Joan Oates, leads the region in arts-integration training for K-12 teachers.
A connection with her Leadership and Humanities professor during the spring semester of her first year on campus led Cici Pandol, ’14, to Washington, D.C. for a summer internship.